Jim Jordan, Other Members Of Congress Pen Letter To MLB Demanding Documents On Decision To Pull All-Star Game, Antitrust Exemption

Major League Baseball's decision earlier this month to move the All-Star Game out of Atlanta dominated headlines in both the sports and political worlds. The move was a response to public pressure after the state of Georgia passed new voting laws. Now it's time for MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred to provide Congress with some more information about why the league decided to relocate the game. On Friday, Congressman Jim Jordan, joined by fellow members James Comer and Jody Hice, penned a letter to Manfred, demanding that the MLB provide documents to Congress about its decision to pull the All-Star Game from Atlanta. That letter, which was obtained by OutKick, also demands documents regarding the MLB's antitrust exemption. Here's a portion of the letter, which is incredible: You can read the letter in its entirety by clicking here. I don't know about you, but I am fascinated to see what happens with this moving forward. There are a few people in Major League Baseball who are going to have some answering to do, and I am absolutely here for it. Follow Clint Lamb on Twitter @ClintRLamb.